Tiwa Savage opens up on her struggle with her eyesight (video)

Tiwa Savage opens up on her struggle with her eyesight

Award-winning Afrobeats singer, Tiwa Savage has shared her struggle with poor eyesight.

In a recent video posted on her Instagram page, Tiwa Savage shared an update on her eyesight, disclosing that she has been experiencing squinting for the past two to three years. She explained that reading has become increasingly blurry for her, and in the last few days, her condition has worsened significantly.

Tiwa revealed that she needed to screengrab a message and then return to her camera to zoom in and read it. She recently visited an optician in London who informed her that while her long-sightedness is somewhat acceptable, her short-sightedness is severe.

She acquired a recommended pair of glasses to alleviate her discomfort and jokingly questioned whether she still looked attractive while wearing them.

In the video she said,

“Guys the last two or three years, I have been noticing that I will be squinting sometimes and when I read some stuff, it would be getting blurry. And in the last few months, I noticed it got really bad that sometimes I will have to screen grab a message and then go back into my camera and zoom. So when I was in London, I said let me go and see the Optician. So my long sight is okay for now, he said, not great; but my short sight (shakes her head). Like literally, I will be in a restaurant and I won’t be able to read the menu. But for now, your girl is back and you know I needed to make some luxury and got myself a cartel pair because ABG don’t play. Do I still look sexy?”.

Glamsquad recalls Tiwa shared a piece of unfortunate news with her dedicated fans, revealing that she would be temporarily stepping away from performing.

The reason behind this hiatus was her contraction of a virus, which necessitated an extensive period of strict vocal rest lasting several months.

However, she emphasized that this break was crucial to ensure her complete recovery and to maintain the pristine quality of her voice for future endeavours.

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